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UPDATE – Temple Rescue

Take a look at the Temple Animal Rescue Mission from last month. Check out the rescued animals enjoying their new home. See the full story here: https://www.wfft.org/wildlife-general/breaking-news-105-animals-saved-part-1/ https://www.wfft.org/wildlife-general/breaking-news-105-animals-saved-part-2/ Well done to the whole team and thank you to all that made this rescue possible.

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BREAKING NEWS — 105 Animals Saved (Part 2)

Having finally agreed to hand over the animals, after months of negotiations and changes of mind, the WFFT Rescue Team had to act as quickly as possible before the Abbot had another change of heart. The rescue team are well experienced in handling all the various species, but have never…

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BREAKING NEWS — 105 Animals Saved (Part 1)

On Tuesday the 16thof August 2018 the WFFT Rescue Team headed out on their biggest rescue operation yet. We had received numerous complaints from concerned members of the public regarding a variety of wild and domestic animals being held at temple in Rayong Province. A few weeks ago we visited…

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Welcome to Som Boon and Pun Pon!

Last week a local family called the WFFT wildlife hospital about some wild boars they could not keep anymore. 8 years prior, a pregnant female boar had escaped from a  farm nearby, and arrived at their home. The mother gave birth to 4 babies: two males (Som Boon & Pun…

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Wild Piglet Arrives for Urgent Treatment

A young infant Eurasian wild pig (Sus scrofa) arrived at the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre for urgent treatment after being found in the garden of a local resident only 4km away for our centre. The young female piglet is approximately 3 months old, she had been viciously attacked by a…

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Rescued Wild Pig Surgery

Last week we rescued a family of wild pigs from central Bangkok. The adult female pig who has now been named ‘Bussaba’ which means flower in English, she had numerous injuries which required veterinary treatment, so the day after her arrival the WFFT Vet Team sedated her and treated her…

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